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Hong Kong's 'Champagne House' is on sale for $38 million

Property Bubble or what, eh? Geddit? Bubble!

HAVE YOU EVER dreamed of living the life of a Chinese Emperor?

Yes? Then, Hong Kong’s ‘Champagne House might just be for you.

If you have a spare $38.7 million (via Homes of the Rich).

The 10,955-square-foot estate is said to be ideal for parties and entertaining, with an open layout, oversized kitchen, and four different terraces.

The four-bedroom, four-bathroom colonial-style residence sits on an expansive private park containing traditional Chinese architecture.

The mansion comes with two guarded entrance gates and driveways that lead toward the residence.

Take the tour:


Situated about 45 minutes from the centre of the city, the property includes the main residence, a guest house with three en suite bedrooms, and domestic servants’ quarters.


Inside, there’s a ‘Grand Atrium Reception Hall’ with a crystal chandelier, floor-to-ceiling windows, and marble flooring.


Its formal dining room looks out to the home’s courtyard and features mosaic floors.


Further down the hallway there a fountain room with a water feature and Corinthian columns.


Upstairs, the bare-bones master bedroom has its own terrace and a large dressing room.


And the simple master bathroom features a sauna, a bathtub and a standing shower.


Meanwhile, its “banquet” kitchen is not for amateurs. It is professionally equipped and can handle up to 300 guests.


Just steps from the kitchen is an inner courtyard with plenty of porticoes — ideal for entertaining those 300 guests.


Oh yeah, the property also contains a private park and lake designed like an Imperial Chinese garden.


Inside the park, there’s a main two-story pavilion in the style of the Qing Dynasty with other smaller pavilions scattered throughout.


And along the lake there’s a gorgeous, traditional-style pathway to take a relaxing stroll.


And what’s a private park without its own Ceremonial Hall?

All images: Hong Kong Sotheby’s International Realty

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